Northern Rhodesian general election, 1941

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General elections were held in Northern Rhodesia on 29 August 1941.[1] All five Labour Party candidates won their seats.[2]

Electoral system

A new seat was created for Luanshya.[2]

Results

Constituency Candidate Party Votes % Notes
Broken Hill Roy Welensky Labour Party Unopposed Elected
Eastern Thomas Spurgeon Page Unopposed Elected
Livingstone and Western F T Sinclair Labour Party Elected
Leopold Moore Defeated
Luanshya Michael McGann Labour Party Elected
I H Webb
Midland Hugh Kennedy McKee Unopposed Elected
Ndola F S Roberts Labour Party Elected
A Stephenson Defeated
Nkana Martin Visagie Labour Party Elected
A A Smith
Catherine Olds
Southern Richard Ernest Campbell Unopposed Elected
Source: East Africa and Rhodesia[2][3]

Aftermath

Following the elections S Gore-Browne was reappointed to the Legislative Council by the Governor as the member representing native interests.[2]

References

  1. "News Items in Brief", East Africa and Rhodesia, 24 July 1941, p750
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "N. Rhodesian elections: New Labour Party Wins Five Seats", East Africa and Rhodesia, 4 September 1941, p7
  3. "Matters of Moment", East Africa and Rhodesia, 4 September 1941, p3